Any fan of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills knows Brandi is unpredictable and, according to some of her co-stars, just plain “crazy.” Brandi’s volatile behavior was once again on display after being the victim of a glib and insensitive remark by Flipping Out star, Jeff Lewis during Tuesday night’s Watch What Happens Live.

The WWHL host Andy Cohen asked Glanville to run her hands through Lewis’ hair to make sure the handsome, but often abrasive, Bravo star wasn’t wearing a toupee, but Glanville refused. It was then that Lewis made the barb heard throughout the Bravo-universe by questioning, “Could I get an STD from that?”

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It’s hard to believe that a woman who talks about finger banging with such carefree abandon would be insulted by the remark, but Glanville put Lewis immediately in his place by telling him to “check his mother-f****ng self.”

But things didn’t stop there. After a commercial break, Glanville threw her drink in Lewis’ face, and told him “I have no STDs. You’re good. Alcohol kills everything.” Including the mood, ouch!

It turns out that Lewis’ joke was more truth than fiction. Brandi wrote about contracting an STD from her cheating ex-husband, Eddie Cibrian, in one of her best-selling books.

Lewis was uncharacteristically repentant, but the damage was done. Glanville broke down into tears, and despite Cohen’s best efforts to play peacekeeper, the RHOBH star was temporarily inconsolable. Glanville even went so far as to turn her chair around and pronounce that she was “taking five.” 

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Cohen, who is used to dealing with crazy Housewives, was eventually able to somewhat soothe the savage beast. Glanville and Lewis even kissed and made up during the after show. It looks like Glanville can dish it out but can’t always take it.

Watch it all go down here: 

Brandi later tweeted the whole thing was a joke:

(Image and video courtesy of Bravo) 

Jennifer Lind-Westbrook

Contributing Writer, BuddyTV

Jennifer has worked as a freelance writer in the entertainment field since 2012. In addition to currently writing feature articles for Screen Rant, Jennifer has contributed content ranging from recaps to listicles to reviews for BuddyTV, PopMatters, TVRage, TVOvermind, and Tell-Tale TV. Links to some of Jennifer’s reviews can be found on Rotten Tomatoes.